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Hotels in the Highlands

The incredible landscapes of the Scottish Highlands are waiting to be discovered. Book a break in the Highlands and treat yourself to some of the most incredible scenery the UK has to offer. Enjoy atmospheric walks, historic attractions, world-renowned cuisine, and so much more.

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Hotels in the Highlands of Scotland

The Scottish Highlands span a huge area, so choosing where to stay is key to getting the most out of your break here. Start by thinking about which Scottish attractions you’ll head to during your stay before choosing a hotel within easy reach of the places you plan on visiting. 

A break in the Scottish Highlands wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Loch Ness. In the centre of the region, this vast lake is famed for its association with the legend of the Loch Ness Monster. 

Head up to Inverness, and you could spend a day dolphin spotting. The stunning village of Glencoe is the perfect place to visit if you hope to spot the region’s native red deer. 

One of the most famous destinations in the Scottish Highlands is, of course, Ben Nevis. If you’re a confident walker, you’ll love exploring the trials of this incredible mountain. Challenge yourself to climb the three peaks or stick to more sedate trails on the mountain path. 

 

Best Hotels in the Highlands

The Craiglynne Hotel is located in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, in the town of Grantown-on-Spey. There are 82 guest bedrooms here, along with a restaurant and bar for guests to relax in. 

This hotel is popular with walkers and hikers, who use it as a base for days spent exploring the Cairngorms. There are some great golf clubs nearby, and the world’s only Malt Whisky Trail is within easy reach of this luxurious hotel. 

A former Laird’s mansion becomes a hotel at Dalmunzie Castle, which stands proud at the heart of a 6500-acre estate. This hotel is ideal for rural escapes in the Scottish Highlands. 

Dalmunzie Castle is known for its jaw-dropping views of nearby mountains, while its cosy and comforting lounges, complete with log fires, make it the perfect place to relax at the end of a long day’s exploring. 

The traditional Pitlochry Hydro Hotel is a beautiful example of original Highland architecture, complete with chic contemporary interiors. Built-in the style of a Scottish hunting lodge, it’s fully equipped with everything guests need for the ultimate in relaxing getaways. 

Visit Dingwall, Ross-Shire, and you could stay in a real castle. Tulloch Castle Hotel dates back to the 12th century, and comes with character and charm aplenty. 

There are just 22 rooms in this boutique hotel, all of which are perfect for recharging those batteries after a long day exploring the Scottish Highlands. 

If it’s a visit to Loch Ness you’re planning, we highly recommend the local Highland Hotel. This hotel is situated to the north of the Cairngorms National Park, and it’s one of the best known, and best regarded hotels in the area. Enjoy original features galore, along with beautiful gardens and an unmissable on-site restaurant. 

Within the same area, the Highlander Hotel is another great base for exploring Loch Ness and its nearby attractions. The hotel is set within the beautiful grounds of the Cairngorm National Park, making it perfect for lovers of the great outdoors. 

The Highlander Hotel is situated almost exactly in the center of Scotland, so it’s hard to beat in terms of location. Start your Scottish Highlands getaway here, and you’ll be able to explore everything the region has to offer. 

 

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